The Carmel Plan Commission helps manage the city's growth and development. The Plan Commission also helps the City Council develop and update City Ordinances, the Comprehensive Plan, the Thoroughfare Plan and other long-range plans for housing, transportation, neighborhood development, parks, commercial development and public facilities. The Plan Commission consists of 9 voting members.
The Plan Commission meets:
third Tuesday of each month
at 6 p.m. in City Hall
at One Civic Square,
on the second floor in the Chambers
Contact the Plan Commission
LIVE Carmel Plan Commission meetings (when in session)
Calendar - Complete list of the Plan Commission and the following Committee Meetings times, dates, deadline dates, report dates, filing dates notice deadlines and distribution dates.
For a better understanding of the Carmel Plan Commission process take a look at this flowchart.
Carmel Pamphlet - Citizens Speak Up
The purpose of these meetings is for in-depth review of the issues that have been brought to the Plan Commission for consideration, however, negotiation, and formulation of a recommendation to the full Plan Commission. Therefore, the public is welcome to attend these meetings, but is generally not invited to speak. Only under exceptional circumstances will the committee vote to accept public input of new issues, to insure proper assessment of the petition. Special sessions may be held from time to time.
Other Plan Commission committees include:
Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) - meets the the third Wednesday of each month
Executive Committee - meets as needed
Hearing Officer - meets as needed
Impact Fee Advisory Committee - meets as needed
Bicycle Route Task Force - meets as needed